Date: 9th March 2009 at 7:51pm
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Danny Wilson has bolstered his squad by signing Owain Tudur-Jones on a months loan from Swansea City.

The 24 year old midfielder started his career in North Wales with Portmadog before joining Bangor City where he scored 24 times in 96 appearances for the Citizens.

During his time at Bangor he represented the club in the Intertoto Cup and had a short trial with Chelsea.

In 2005 Tudur-Jones joined Swansea City. He’s suffered some injury problems in the last year but has joined Town in search of first team football to regain his full fitness and stay in the thoughts of Wales coach John Toshack who last fielded Tudur-Jones as a late sub against Denmark in November.

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3 Replies to “Owain Tudur-Jones Signs on Loan”

  • I think he’ll do well for you, he’ll go there looking to impress as he has big international ambitions with Wales and will want to impress. He’s been criticised a lot by some of the fans, but he’s found it difficult to get in our side with injury etc. I don’t think he’s good enough for the Championship but should do a good job for you in League One.

  • Cheers Kevin, if he does the business at Swindon do you think there would be a chance he’d join Town in the Summer?

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